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An adorable creation that brings out spring!
I saw a necklace once that was kind of like the one shown but it was waaaay expensive so I did my own version. Good luck! :D

Posted by Jane C. Published See Jane C.'s 11 projects »

  • How to make a wire necklace. Egg Nest Necklace - Step 1
    Step 1

    Create a "nest" out of some fairly flexible metal wire-- this can be very random just make sure that it is oval shaped and looks like you pressed your thumb into the front of it.

  • How to make a wire necklace. Egg Nest Necklace - Step 2
    Step 2

    Next, put your chain through;

    Find a length that is just right for you, cut your chain and loop it through the top of you "nest"

    You can use a jump ring for this if you want, however it is not really necessary and looks better without it.

    Now attach your jump rings and lobster clasp (I needed 2 jump rings to attach a clasp) to one end of you chain and the other jump ring to the opposite side.

  • How to make a wire necklace. Egg Nest Necklace - Step 3
    Step 3

    Thirdly glue on your "eggs" (pearls) to the "nest" that you made using either a strong glue or a rubber cement in small amounts.
    Leave to set over night and flaunt in the morning! ;p

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Marci S.
Marci S. · Springfield, Missouri, US · 6 projects
I loved this so much that I made one for myself! My parents couldn't tell what it was, but three year olds could, so I count it as a success! Super cute, thanks for the how to!
Zita J. V.
Zita J. V. · Waxhaw, North Carolina, US · 2 projects
omg that is soooooo adorable i totally have 2 make one thnx a bunch!
ALice F.
ALice F. · 16 projects
I'm making one of these now!
Carameline. · Roma, Queensland, AU
this is so nice and creative(: totally gonna try it. thanks very much.
Jane  C.
Jane C. · 11 projects
Thanx for the tip! I plan to do this more often as a gift and i think that i'll try that (note: must get better wire) ;)
Fondasaurusrex · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 11 projects
That is too cute!!
I think to make sure that the beads don't fall out, the first step could be to thread them onto the wire. Just a tip Happy
DIS.AR.RAY · Las Vegas, Nevada, US · 32 projects
Very Cute! Totally making!

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